When comparing ChefTap vs Copy Me That, the Slant community recommends ChefTap for most people. In the question“What are the best recipe manager apps for Android? ” ChefTap is ranked 2nd while Copy Me That is ranked 9th. The most important reason people chose ChefTap is:
Recipes can be tagged.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Reasonable organizational methods
Recipes can be tagged.
Pro Good web clipper and import options
Recipes can be added via bookmarks, share functionality or by copying and pasting a url. It's also good about importing existing bookmarks, text files and URLs from Pinterest.
Pro Easy to use recipe search tool
Pro Explains well how it should be used
The app has a good introductory tutorial that explains what's possible with the app and how it should be used. And there are also various explanations throughout the app that help along in using it. There's even a dedicated help section with videos.
Pro Has a free version
ChefTap has a free, ad-supported version that lacks manual entry and unlimited device syncing support.
Pro Great web clipper
Copy Me That is a Great app for grabbing recipes from the web. After they are downloaded, they are automatically formatted for simplicity.
Pro Recipes can be organized via tags
Each recipe can be categorized by tags in order to find the appropriate meal.
Pro Easy shopping list generator
This app will dissect the ingredients required and break them down into an organized shopping list.
Pro Allows adjustments and notes
Any attribute of a recipe can be changed, and notes can be added as reminder for the future.
Pro Cookbook creator and Direct publish feature
You can design, create, and even publish and order your own cookbook from within the app.
Pro Functions as an add-on
The Copy Me That add-on can grab recipes from a browser and sync them with the iOS app.
Pro Drag and drop meal planner
Users can drag and drop meals from one day to another day using this app's built in calendar.
Pro Supports multiple users on different devices
A meal can be added by one user, and then the recipe can be viewed by another. This way, coordinating meals between multiple people can be very simple - especially for shopping purposes.
Pro Active community
Copy Me That has a community built around food. The community is for sharing and receiving recipes, and even providing feedback.
Pro Community ratings for recipes
The community rates shared recipes on a scale of 1-5.
Pro Intelligent item system
Intelligent item system allows you to edit items on your shopping list, combines items from multiple recipes, and organizes items by store location. Forget an item? Hit the “Add Item” button, type in oranges, item is immediately added to your list under the “Produce” section.
Pro Multiple platforms
IOS (iPhone & iPad), Android, and browser support.
Pro Excellent browser algorithm
The excellent browser algorithm can grab recipes from even the worst ad-garbled web pages, with no errors.
Con Lack of support
Has gone downhill...
The Pro version originally cost $11.99, but has since been bumped up to $19.99. With the lack of support and little in the way of improvement, it doesn't make a lot of sense to be paying more for the service.
Con No grocery list or meal planner
Features are planned for future releases.
Ability to "clip" only works sporadically...
Con iPad Interface unbecoming to some users
Con Recipe detection limited to english
This app automatically reformats recipes for easy reading based on the contents of the text. If the text isn't in English, Copy Me That won't detect the recipe.